Address: 231/4-6 Mahat Thai Bamrung, Nongluang, Tak, 63000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 231/4-6 Mahat Thai Bamrung, Nongluang, Tak.
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Day 105. Sankhlaburi bridges, Hellfire Pass & bus

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... following the advice (we were the only whities this morning) but mostly Thai tourists, hundreds of them! They were all up to see the bridge and adjacent market. From Lonely Planet. "Few places in Thailand have such a blend of ethnic identities, with Burmese, Karen, Mon, Thai and some Lao calling this home." I wish I could have got some photos of the different people we saw, but it would have felt rude pointing our camera at people. We saw various distinctive ...

School Trip

A travel blog entry by sma09jw on Dec 17, 2013

107 photos

... was all in Thai, I had very little idea what was in store for us. We arrived at Bhumibol Dam after 16 hours which was huge. We walked down to a raft that we would spend the next 24 hours on. It had rooms of 5 and was towed down the river by a small boat. Again, there was non-stop karaoke so we spend alot of time towards the back of the raft where it could not be heard. We managed to get a couple of beers and sat there enjoying the sun and the views of the mountains surrounding ...

This too shall pass...

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Feb 14, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... a school science camp, and ending with a delicious candlelight dinner at a picnic table under a starry sky with our new cycle touring friends Maggie and Daniele.

In retrospect, I realize that my defeatist attitude was simply a lack of confidence in my ability to overcome the challenge; and a fear that I had bitten off more than I could chew. As ...


A travel blog entry by ljt on Mar 22, 2012

2 comments, 13 photos

Decided to do a 3 day, 2 night hill tribe trek. A special experience with a lovely bunch of people.

It was a proper 'eco trek'; low-impact to the land and people. The villages we passed through are only visited every few weeks, and the people benefit from it. I'd heard some treks are like a walk in the woods followed by performing villagers, but this felt very genuine. The guides are originally from the hill tribes themselves and it was amazing to watch ...

Mekong River

A travel blog entry by twotrainstravel on Jan 12, 2011

After breakfast we got up early and took a skinny long boat over to Laos. It took about 1.5 hours to go through the process at the immigration site. It seemed very disorganized as many people lined up outside the office, filling out forms and then lining up at different spots to be checked and then pay the $42 U.S. When your name was called you received ...